We're looking at the issues that we need to focus on, going back into our educational systems. As individual members, we go into our constituencies and our wards and talk about defence and security, and I have to tell you, there's nobody in Bridgend who doesn't know I do defence. There's nobody in Bridgend who doesn't know that they're going to hear from me on a regular basis about what threats the country is facing, what the risks are, and why we're doing what we're doing.
I recently had the army presentation team in my constituency. I have the RAF presentation team coming in soon. I am passionate about going out there and talking about defence and security. There's a huge risk that many of our voices are being drowned out by those who would like to see defence and security as something that is done, dusted, and gone away, and since Britain is so isolated and still a little island off of the coast of Europe, we're perfectly secure.
Canada can think that it's perfectly secure it's on the other side of the Atlantic. You wake up when citizens in your country are attacked by chemical weapons. We have to recognize that risks can be anything at anytime.